Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Valentines Day

We had nice and quiet Valentines Day this year. Kyle and I had done our celebration last weekend, but we did rent a movie and I surprised him with his favorite blizzard from Dairy Queen. He didn't have to work and we enjoyed spending the day together at home. I worked in the evening or I would have made him a special dinner.

Brooke got the cutest skirt for her Birthday and then Kyle's cousin made her the cutest bow for Valentines Day that just so happened to match perfectly! We took some pictures, but couldn't find the greatest lighting. Even so, I think she looks pretty adorable. The sweetest Valentine EVER!

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Brooke has a friend over

This morning Brooke had her first friend come over to our house; we usually visit others at their house or at the park.
I knew it would be different because someone else would be playing with her toys, but she did such a great job! I was so proud of her; she shared so well and didn't get upset if Sophia wanted her toys.
I think she actually loved having someone to play with at her house, because she laughed and smiled most of the time. Here are some pictures and a cute video of their fun morning!

Sophia wanted to get in Brooke's bed and when Brooke saw Sophia in there she got in there too! They spent about twenty minutes pretending to go night, night, jumping, and reading. SO CUTE!

Breakfast Pizza

For the last two weekends I have made breakfast pizza. It was perfect because I had leftover ham, tomato, and green onion to have it two weeks in a row. I took pictures of my food this time and because it is so yummy I had to share!

Pizza dough (I bought whole wheat dough in the refrigerated section)
pizza sauce
corn meal
green onion

* You could use any kind of topping you would like, but the recipe I found used this and I think the green oninos add a great flavor punch!

Let your dough get to room temperature. Put corn meal on the bottom of your pan and roll, toss, or stretch your dough to your desired shape and thickness.

Spread the pizza sauce over the dough. * I put the sauce all the way to the edge, because it gives the crust a yummy flavor.

Then put on the mozzerella cheese, green onions, tomato, ham, and then crack four eggs on to the pizza. *you can also scramble your egg first, but that is just one extra dirty dish and extra time.

I then top my pizza with cheddar cheese and parm.

Bake for 10-12 minutes at 350